Experts say Samsung’s crisis response and market position, along with fortunate timing for the worst news, helped the company escape a crisis that could have set it back for years or even put it under.
A study of black American women who graduated from Harvard Business School between 1977 and 2015 found that 12.6 percent had reached chair, CEO or other C-level executive status. About 19 percent of black male graduates from the school had attained similar positions.
Falsehoods were rampant after the Parkland, Fla., school shooting despite the firm’s promise to improve its algorithm. And lawmakers are growing increasingly frustrated and vocal about disinformation on social media.